AT&T has launched its version of the Samsung Galaxy Note, complete with 4G LTE support, earlier today. At the carrier as well as Best Buy you can get the phone/tablet hybrid for $299.99 with a new two-year contract. However, if you’re interested in the Note but haven’t picked one up yet, you might want to head over to Amazon right about now.
That’s because the retailer has also started selling AT&T’s Galaxy Note, but it’s asking just $249.99 for a unit. That’s a $50 price difference compared to getting the same device from AT&T.
Of course you’ll still need to become AT&T’s customer for two years, but that is to be expected. We do think this price will go further down in time, as these things usually happen. But if you want to be an early adopter of the Samsung Galaxy Note for AT&T, you should order one from Amazon in blue or white.
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